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This critical screening test measures the levels of twenty-one minerals and toxic metals. It assesses long term stress and then guides the process to recovery. Starting point to sort your deficiencies, excesses and imbalances.


A hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA) is a screening test that measures the levels of twenty-one minerals and toxic metals present in a sample of hair.

Here is a simple video showing 5 of the top reasons to do a hair mineral analysis test.

The use of the right test is imperative. You would never use a blood test to assess a broken leg; the same logic applies to mineral, stress, and toxic-metal status. Chronic degenerative diseases occur in tissues, not blood; as a result, we need to assess what is happening in the tissues not only the blood.

A hair mineral analysis is one of the best ways to do this. The following are some of the reasons why hair is so valuable and informative. For more click on this link Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis Explained

1. The hair is a cellular biopsy. This means it provides information from the deepest level of metabolism, where most problems begin. For this reason, it often reveals imbalances long before symptoms or signs arise in the blood or elsewhere.

2. The body deposits toxic metals in tissues such as the hair to get rid of them. This can go on for years, until the body can no longer keep up this adaptive behaviour. Only then does the problem cause symptoms or imbalances that are revealed on a blood test, for example.

3. The blood is generally maintained at the expense of tissues such as hair. For example, this means that a zinc deficiency will show up far sooner in the hair because the body will literally reroute zinc from the less important tissues to maintain the level in the blood and other vital organs.


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